1. Press and hold Progrm and tap F11.
2. Press the macro trigger, in this example, Alt+1
3. Exit by tapping the Progrm key.
Now the macro trigger (Alt+1) should no longer have a macro stored.
Note: For firmware Versions 1.0.210 and higher, Program+F10 enters Macro Speed Setting mode. Typing a number row key between 1 (slowest) and 9 (fastest) will change the playback speed. Typing the number row 0 key will disable macro playback. You can check your firmware version by opening a text editing screen and holding Progrma + Esc. The “status report” will be displayed on your screen. If you have installed firmware version 1.0.201 or newer, the new commands will be in effect.
A “hard reset” is more complete. It will return the keyboard to its default configuration for both QWERTY and Dvorak layouts and returns to the “win” thumb key setting. To perform a hard reset, press and briefly hold the right Ctrl plus F9 while plugging the keyboard into a USB port. As soon as the LEDs start flashing, release the keys. See details in User’s Manual. Rarely the ctrl key may become “stuck” after this process. If you notice odd behavior from your keyboard after a hard reset, just tap one or both control keys.
Note: For firmware Versions 1.0.201 and higher, Program+F9 on plugin accomplishes the hard reset. Likewise, Progrm+F8 on plugin forces the v-drive open. These new commands eliminate the risk of getting a stuck Ctrl key after performing these actions. You can check your firmware version by opening a text editing screen and holding Progrma + Esc. The “status report” will be displayed on your screen. If you have installed firmware version 1.0.201 or newer, the new commands will be in effect.
To disable the “click,” press and hold the Progrm key and tap F8 (click/TONE). The lower case legend indicates “shift” is not required to change this setting.
To disable the “beep,” press and hold the Progrm key, then Shift and as you’re holding both keys down tap F8 (click/TONE). The upper case “TONE” legend indicates shift is required to change this setting.
One of these utilities is called “mouse keys” and can be used to convert your keyboard’s numeric keypad into a pointing device. When MouseKeys is activated, the keypad “5” becomes a left mouse click. With a programmable keyboard or programmable foot pedal, you can remap the keypad 5 action to a more convenient location. Refer to your operating system’s documentation or experiment with other keypad keys to find other useful actions.
Note: enabling MouseKeys in your operating system will disable the numeric 10-keypad entirely, however the number row will work as expected.
After the key caps have been removed, you can soak the keycaps separately in water (a little soap is ok) and let them out to dry.
While the keycaps are drying, you can clean in between the key switches with a can of air and/or Q-Tips with water or rubbing alcohol.
You can also dampen a paper towel with rubbing alcohol to clean the outer plastic keyboard case (again, only a small amount is necessary).
Just remember to wait for all parts to dry before connecting the keyboard to your computer.